The class "The Luxury Approach" addresses the unique properties, opportunities, and challenges of the luxury industry by studying issues relevant to the field in the various aspects of the business, from production and management to distribution and promotion. The course structure includes presentations (by faculty and industry executives), discussions, and the team project.
In this intense block week program, Columbia Business School MBA students will work in teams of 5-6 to solve an actual project created exclusively for this class by Tiffany and Co. Each of the teams will work on a specific aspect of the project, and the teams will coordinate their research and recommendations to present together to the company's executives at the last session of the program.
Adjunct Professor of Business
Ketty Pucci-Sisti Maisonrouge runs KM & Co., a firm specializing in luxury innovation, which assists luxury firms in branding, financing, and long-term strategies. She is the founder and investment manager of KFMG, an investment vehicle in retail and luxury start-ups, including Atelier Cologne, Orchard Mile, Thursday Boots, Koio Collective and Maison Atia.
Ms. Maisonrouge joined the Columbia Business School faculty in 2004 and...